One day I was walking around Branson, Missouri when I came across this nativity scene painted on a window (in the middle of August)
Then I realized it was
A Nativity Museum! I’d never been to one of those before.
Although it was Friday, and they should have been open, the door was locked. So I called 377-PRAY
and found out they would open in an hour.
I did some window shopping next door while I waited. Luckily the museum was next to two other places I had also been pursuing
and a comedy distributor
Next door to JOKES was a suspicious store
selling brown paper bags I think,
Weezie’s, and a store that wouldn’t let me in because it discriminated against window shoppers.
Once the doors to the museum finally opened, I realized they were going out of business.
(I was comforted by the fact that the storeowner spelled just as poorly as I do)
I can’t ever resist a bargain, so I decided to buy a nativity scene.
But I was a little overwhelmed when the lady showed me the museum/store
It was GIN-OR-MOUS!
The owner had a map of all the places around the world where she’d bought nativity scenes.
Stayed tuned to the most ridiculous (and somewhat disturbing) collection of nativity scenes on the planet……